Online dating has grown into a large, billion dollar industry over the past 15 years, and has become a mainstream way to meet your future mate.However, a new study, led by Northwestern University Associate Professor of Social Psychology, Eli Finkel, examines the truth behind online dating sites, and the bold claims that science-based algorithms will find your soulmate.Since 1997, and more drastically in the early 2000s, a substantial number of singles have met partners through online dating sites.
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Finkel, along with four other co-authors, reviewed over 400 psychological studies in their 64-page analysis.
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By encouraging users to find that perfect match, websites promote a seed of thought associated with relationship dysfunction: “Indeed, people with strong beliefs in romantic destiny (sometimes called soulmate beliefs)–that a relationship between two people either is or is not “meant to be”–are especially likely to exit a romantic relationship when problems arise.” The authors assert that the long-term, healthy relationship emerges from overcoming challenges.